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Wall's rolls back clock with first ever Feast Sandwich café and ice creams are only 5p

The pop up will only be open for one day and has frozen its prices to celebrate the original snack

Calling all chocoholics! Wall’s retro Feast ice cream has returned and is being celebrated at a one-off pop up for a small price.

The ice cream giant is celebrating the launch of the original Feast Sandwich at Soho Grind on Thursday (August 31) and has frozen its prices at 5p.

Yes, you can get your hands on the ultimate treat for the small penny price tag, as a nod to when Wall’s first started selling ice cream in the 1920s.

The café will be open for one day only and will pay homage to the roaring twenties, playing classic hits while guests enjoy their ice cream.

Wall’s was originally founded in the UK by Richard Wall in 1886 and has become one of the most well-known ice-creams in the UK

The Feast Sandwich is part of the new Wall’s range and is a modern take on the beloved classic Feast, with nuts, chocolate and vanilla.

The Feast Sandwich is part of the new Wall’s snackable range, a modern take on the beloved classic Feast

 

The café will only be open on Thursday from 3pm until the Feast Sandwich runs out (open until 11pm).

Wall's has also opened a "Willy Wonka" style pop up store, selling ice cream burgers and ice cream hot dogs in Spitalfields Market.

 

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